Results from the 40th Vail Lacrosse Shootout: Day 7

Weather was the name of the game Friday at the Vail Lacrosse Shootout. Delays impacted almost every division with several games not finishing till well after 5:00 pm. However, the rain was a welcome respite from the dry, hot weather Colorado has been engulfed in and provided some much needed moisture to the Vail mountains.

The Grandmasters division championship will take place Saturday with a rematch of last year's title game between Los Viejos and the Eldeststatesmen. The Statesmen look to win the division for the fourth straight year.

The Supermasters had their first day of bracket play and will have the semifinals tomorrow at 10:30 and 12:30 in Ford Park. 2011 champions, the C2C Magic Wands, will take on Millennium/Rock-it-Pocket in the first game. Yellowdog will face the Elderstatesmen in the final semifinal.

In the Dr. Tom Watts Memorial U-19 tournament, all the top seeds advanced to tomorrows semifinals in Avon. Brady's Bunch will take on Team Colorado and FCA matches up against Laxachusetts. The first semifinal is at 11:00 in Nottingham Park and the second is at 1:00 pm

The U-19 High School Girl finished their second day of pool play and now have been split into the Gold, Silver and Bronze brackets. The gold bracket quarterfinals will all be held at 10:30 in Edwards with the semifinals at 2:15.

Both the boys' and girls' U-19 tournament will receive coverage from tomorrow, footage can be seen at

Results for Friday 7/6

Dr. Tom Watts Memorial U-19 High School Boys' Showcase

Division 1 Quarterfinals - Avon 1 (East)
Laxachusetts 16, NE 3D Select 8
Brady's Bunch 20, True Lacrosse 5
Team Colorado 11, Team Ohio 7
FCA defeated ADRLN Tropics
Division 2 Bracket - Avon 2 (West)
Blue Lion 9, Winnipeg 8
Houlaguns 6, Buddha's Ballers 12
Local Favorites 11, Western Colo. Mavericks 4

U-19 High School Girls' Showcase

Utah Mamaci Black 10, All Idaho 7
This matchup began with Idaho getting the first draw and it was a battle of the GK's for the first part of the game. Both GK's came up with spectacular saves to keep the game at 0-0. Idaho struck first with a goal from Ali Cammann assisted by Sydney Sell. Shannon Viehwig scored next to make it 2-0. Four minnutes later, Liza McDonald put Mamachi on the board and seconds later Jessianne Turner tied it up with a bounce shot to score. It was back and forth for the rest of the half with Utah leading 6-4. Utah pulled it away in the second half to win 10-7 over All Idaho.

Indy United 10, Durangatangs 5
Indy got on the board early and never looked back. Indy's scoring got started with a goal from #40, Meave McHugh. McHugh then connected with teammate Sarah Welsh to make it 2-0. Durangatangs got on the board next with a goal from #1 Sienna Gumbiner to make it 2-1. Indy continued to put on the attack pressure to make it 9-1 at the half. Durangatang's GK, Alyssa Spencer was kept busy with 9 saves in the first half. The Durangatang's mounted a comeback in the 2nd half but Indy United were able to secure the win 10-5.

Houston Heat 11, MN Lakers 2014/2015 6
Puget Sound Select 11, Stars 4
Team 180 17, Midwestern Force 5
Coming into the game, both teams were undefeated in pool play. Team 180 struck first with a goal from #55 Emma Lazaroff 30 seconds into the game. MW Force answered right back with a goal from Nicole Stines to tie the game at 1. The NW Force defense was tested repeatedly with Teal Harrison coming up with several key saves. Anya Gersoff took 180 ahead and Team 180 never looked back as they led 8-1 at the half. Leading the way on attack was #55, Emma Lazaroff who could not be stopped. She led all scorers for the game. The win secures Team 180 1st place in their pool.

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